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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by J. Peterson Grading, Jun 11, 2011.
The "strangers" go away after a few days in the sexy 277C. Yum yum yummy.
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damn you cat loving bastard,they never go away in my deer.try sitting on youre hand for a while
Yuck, then I end up playing a game of "smell my thumb" with a random stranger.
Another week, another creek bank.
Some during and after shots
Do the creeks in your area not flood or if they do they don't get that violent?
Looks good J.
Is that blown straw? Sure is laying down nice.
We rock for "up to" a 2 Inch rain fall. Then, the grasses we plant handle the rest of the flow if we were to get more. Most creek erosion happens on a day to day type of water flow. It takes a flood for people to see what the creeks are realy doing.
The slopes are grass matted, and normally we blow the flat. But on this one we couldn't get the blower back here so we hand spread it. Roughly 6 bales in total.
I see. I just wasn't sure what type of precipitation you guys get and how your creeks react to that percip.
J, are you still interested in my Snow Ex 7500 spreader? Let me know, I am looking to get rid of it. Hope you are having a productive year.